Chance for showers and storms continue through part of Memorial Day weekend.
Over the last several days, the weather has been predominantly scattered showers and storms. These storms have made it difficult for some to plan outdoor activities. In addition to the rain, humidity and temperatures have been relatively high, making it feel muggy and uncomfortable outside. As we prepare for incoming rain and thunderstorms, it is important to be on the lookout for thunder or lightning.
Other than a few showers and storms, today looks mostly dry. There is a slight chance for storms this afternoon and evening. High temperatures today are expected to reach the upper 70s to lower 80s, and it will feel slightly muggy outside. Nighttime low temperatures drop to the upper 50s to lower 60s today. It’s a similar story on Thursday; the rain is expected to clear out through most of the morning; however, showers and storms return again by the afternoon. Other than the storms, we will experience sunny skies, and temperatures will be similar to Wednesday.
Friday looks like a wet start to our holiday weekend, with a slightly higher chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms compared to the beginning of this week. We may have a break from the rain midday, so move your outdoor plans closer to lunchtime and make sure to pack your rain gear just in case. Unfortunately, Saturday holds the chance of scattered showers and storms throughout the day. On both days, high temperatures are in the upper 70s to lower 80s, and low temperatures are in the upper 50s.
Thankfully, Sunday looks dry with partly cloudy skies. Both daytime and nighttime temperatures are expected to be similar to the first half of the weekend. Memorial Day looks uncertain, with a slight chance of rain but otherwise mostly clear. Pack your rain gear as you head outside and remember those who lost their lives defending their country. Other than the rain, temperatures are continuing to range in the upper 70s to lower 80s range, and it will be mostly sunny.
We stay mostly dry on Tuesday and warm up slightly, with high temperatures in the lower to mid-80s. There is a slight chance for precipitation Tuesday afternoon, but otherwise clear skies. A few showers could linger into the night, and temperatures are expected to fall to the 60s so it’s the perfect sleeping weather.
Overall, the weather this week is a little damp, with a chance for scattered storms throughout the majority of the week. Temperatures will continue peaking in the 70s and 80s and falling to the 50s and 60s. Thankfully, we dry out on Sunday, so if you are looking for the best day to make plans, Sunday looks like the best day. We stay mostly dry through Memorial Day and into the beginning of next week.